Uncle Scrooge by Carl Barks, John Lustig, Jens Hansegard, Evert Geradts
  

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Uncle Scrooge by Carl Barks, John Lustig, Jens Hansegard, Evert Geradts

This work offers long adventures and short stories featuring Uncle Scrooge, Donald Duck, the Beagle Boys, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and other Disney characters. In Antidollarosis, the Beagle Boys infest Scrooge's money with a bacterial blight...that creates allergic reactions in Scrooge whenever he comes near it. In A Job Too Well Done, it's Gyro Gearloose's task to rid the city of excess snow. The Grouch Kings of Duckburg matches two fan favorites: writer John Lustig and artist Daniel Branca. The feathers fly when an angrier-than-ever Scrooge matches wits with uber-grump Prunepuss J. Crabapple. In Pearls of Wisdom, when Scrooge's giant pearl bin vanishes from his treasure room, Scrooge wonders where it's gone...but how could anyone steal it? Race of the Snails ties in with the start of Formula One racing this month. With millions at stake, Scrooge and a Texas oilman compete to come in last in a very unusual sports car competition. Finally, White Gold is a winter's tale in which Scrooge stores huge quantities of Gyro's super ice on top of his money bin...with extremely messy results.

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Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Carl Barks, John Lustig, Jens Hansegard, Evert Geradts
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Publisher

Gemstone Publishing

Publication date

1st March 2006

ISBN

9781888472158


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